A proposed campaign to fund the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport Runway Realignment
Opened in 1932, the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport(PUW) has served as an important and valuable community asset, as the region's transportation gateway to the world. The Airport serves a number of users and constituencies, including the general public through commercial flights; Washington State University and University of Idaho charters; corporate and general aviation needs; and government, military and medical operations. Our region's growth and the increased demands on the Airport have created an immediate threat to the Airport's continued viability. A number of factors related to runway configuration, location, and instrumentation, mean that the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport does not meet design standards for commercial, charter, and corporate aircraft currently using the Airport.
Without a response to this urgent need, the airport will diminish as a community asset, and in fact become a liability to our future growth and sustainability.
For more information on this project, read the full
"Taking Flight" brochure, endorsed and approved by the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, or visit